Most of us aspire to spend our lives doing something we’re passionate about.
Have you found your passion?
As daunting as it may sound, finding your passion doesn’t have to feel like you’re searching for buried treasure. Just ask yourself a simple question, ”What gives me goose bumps?“
UMBC President and founder of the Meyerhoff Scholars Program, a program designed to promote and support students’ success in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields, says his goose bumps came from ”doing math problems“! Read on to learn more about Dr. Hrabowski’s story and how passion often translates into career success and great rewards…
UMBC President, Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, discusses his life growing up in Birmingham, Alabama, his passion for math and the 4 pillars of college success in science. Learn More »